Lutheran High School
of St. Charles County

Basketball Scorer’s Table Help Needed

In preparation for the upcoming season, LHS is in need of volunteers to run the clock an do the book for the JV and Freshmen Basketball games.  Click to see the schedule of open spots.  If you can help in this way, please contact Jana Leppien at

Fall Sports Survey

As we have done the last several years, the Athletic Department (coaching staff, administration, etc.) is asking all fall athletes and their parents complete a survey on their experiences this past fall.  Parents and athletes from the fall sports (boys soccer, boys swimming, cross country, cheer, pom, football, girls golf, softball, and volleyball) are now invited to complete the survey.  We appreciate those of you who have already taken the survey.

The assessment consists of a 360 degree review of LHS athletics where the athletic administration, school administration, coaches, athletes, and parents of athletes will participate in tailored surveys at the end of each season of play during the academic year.  The goals of this overall assessment are to allow the LHS Athletic Department to do the following 1) determine the successes and areas in need of improvement for both the athletic department and its individual programs; and 2) develop a plan of action to make improvements that will allow the LHS Athletic Department to be continue to strive for excellence.

Athletes will come to the gym during Prime Time on Thursday, November 20 to take the survey.  Parents are welcome to log-in to the URL’s below to complete the survey anytime.



LHS Seeks Head Football and Head Volleyball Coaches for 2015-2016

Lutheran High School is currently accepting applications for the positions of head varsity football coach and head varsity girls volleyball coach for 2015-2016.  Please submit a letter of interest with a brief statement of teaching/coaching philosophy, resume, and two letters of recommendation specifically noting leadership strengths, and teaching/coaching experience. Please submit all necessary paperwork to Lutheran High School, 5100 Mexico Road, St. Peters, MO 63303 by January 30, 2015.  LHS Coach Job Description


Winter Sports Performance

Beginning on Monday, November 3, our  strength and conditioning coach, Dustin Weber, CSCS, will continue our performance program for all LHS athletes who are not currently participating in a winter sport.  What is the Performance program?  For those that are not familiar with it, the mission of the program is to “to develop championship caliber, multi-sport athletes with an emphasis on year-round training.”

Performance sessions will run 2:55 pm to 3:55 pm, Mondays through Thursdays.  It is the goal of the LHS coaching staff (all 22 sports!) that all winter and spring athletes plan to attend these workouts.

Please note that the weight room will only be open after school for athletic performance sessions. There will not be “open lifting” times. Athletic performance sessions will be offered after school from2:55 pm to 3:55 pm Monday through Thursday. Students participating in these sessions will follow the training program provided.  In-season teams will have scheduled training sessions with their team.

Coaches are not permitted to take athletes into the weight room and allow them to work out outside of the 2:55 to 3:55 pm block of time.

The Lutheran High School Strength and Conditioning/Performance Program is designed to provide our student-athletes the following:  a program that is committed to developing athletes into champions in their respective sports; to provide every athlete with the very best evidenced-based exercise programs; a program dedicated to improving our athletes strength, speed, agility, power, and flexibility; to develop team bonding, leadership, mental toughness, and discipline through rigorous physical and mental test; and to properly educate our athletes on the importance of rest, injury prevention, and nutrition.

Further, LHS and our individual 22 athletic programs have worked hard creating a unified culture of performance training.  Creating a unified program that has the support of physical education staff, coaches, and athletes is a key to building the best possible performance program. The head performance coach will work closely with the coaching staffs of each sport to develop a program appropriate for the athletes participating in that sport.

To that end, the LHS performance philosophy centers on creating an atmosphere that allows each student-athlete to maximize their potential and achieve the highest level of athletic development possible while learning skills and values that will help them maintain a healthy lifestyle in the future.

Program Objectives:

1.  Provide a safe, competitive, energetic and positive training environment
2.  Decrease chances of injury through conditioning and exercises that ensure muscle balance and flexibility
3.  Enhance balance and stability through functional training using sport specific exercises
4.  Educate athletes in proper training techniques and weight room protocols
5.  Instill an appreciation of hard work and commitment in LHS athletes

Primary Goals of the LHS Performance Program:

1.  Glorify God in our training, words, and actions
2.  Stimulate positive physiological adaptations
3.  Improve confidence and mental toughness
4.  Intensity under coach’s supervision
5.  Progression and Recording Data
6.  A Variety of Total Body Training
7.  Reduce the likelihood and severity of injury

If you have any questions regarding the program, please contact Dustin Weber via email at

State Cross Country Info

DIRECTIONS TO COURSE: Oak Hills Golf Center, Jefferson City

MAP OF THE COURSE:   2014 Cross Country State Championship Meet Map

SHUTTLE INFORMATION:  The Jefferson City Convention and Visitors Bureau will operate a FREE shuttle bus during the State Cross Country Meet as a convenience to parents and fans and to facilitate the parking situation in and around Hough Park. Please reference the map below and the schedule on the backside for locations and times.  Busses run continually during specified times.

We encourage you to inform parents and fans to utilize the shuttle bus, and join us in expressing appreciation to the Jefferson City Convention and Visitors Bureau for providing this fine service. Please feel free to duplicate this map and send home to interested parents.

First Bus – 7:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.; Second Bus – 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Download Flyer on Shuttle Information

ADMISSION PRICE:  Admission for students (age 6 and up) and adults is $7.00.  Children 5 and under are free of charge.

COACHES’ PACKET PICK-UP:  Coaches can pick-up their school packets at the Golf Course starting at 7:00 a.m. Saturday morning.

MEDIA:  Media can pick up credentials beginning at 7:00 a.m. Saturday. Materials may picked up in the clubhouse beginning at 7:30 a.m. Saturday.

COACHES’ MEETING: There is no scheduled Coaches Meeting this year; please refer to the PowerPoint Presentation that is posted on the website on the Cross Country activity page.

Class 4 Boys –   9:00 a.m.
Class 3 Boys –   9:30 a.m.
Class 4 Girls –  10:05 a.m.
Class 3 Girls –  10:35 a.m.
Class 1 Girls –  11:10 a.m.
Class 2 Girls –  11:50 a.m..
Class 1 Boys – 12:30 p.m.
Class 2 Boys –   1:05 p.m.

2014 AWARDS SCHEDULE – Trophies and Medals
Class 4 Girls and Boys @ Approximately 10:40 a.m.
Class 3 Girls and Boys @ Approximately 11:10 a.m.
Class 1 Girls and Boys @ Approximately   1:05 p.m.
Class 2 Girls and Boys @ Approximately   1:40 p.m.

Team Pictures – Wednesday, Nov. 19

Team Picture Schedule

2:55 – Boys Basketball Individuals
3:10 – Boys Basketball Team Photos
3:20 – Girls Basketball Individuals
3:35 – Girls Basketball Team Photos
3:50 – Wrestling Individuals/Team Photos
Girls Swimming – TBA

Basketball and Wrestling Begin Nov. 3

Monday, November 3
Girls Try-Outs – 3 pm to 5 pm
Boys Try-Outs – 5 pm to 7 pm
Wrestling – 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Tuesday, November 4
Girls Try-Outs – 3 pm to 5 pm
Boys Try-Outs – 5 pm to 7 pm

Wrestling – 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Wednesday, November 5
Girls Try-Outs – 3 pm to 5 pm
Boys Try-Outs – 5 pm to 7 pm

Wrestling – 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Thursday, November 6
Girls Try-Outs – 3 pm to 5 pm
Boys Try-Outs – 5 pm to 7 pm

Wrestling – 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Friday, November 7
Girls Try-Outs – 3 pm to 5 pm
Boys Try-Outs – 5 pm to 7 pm

Wrestling – 7 pm to 8:30 pm

Saturday, November 8
Varsity Girls – 8 am to 10 am
Freshmen/JV Girls – 10 am to 12 pm
Varsity Boys – 12 pm to 2 pm
Freshmen/JV Boys – 2 pm to 4 pm
Monday, November 10 
Girls Swimming Begins – Monday, November 10 @ the Rec Plex

Coaches Contact Info:

Jr. Cougar Boys Soccer Evaluation Day

Join the Jr. Cougar Soccer team and prepare to play high school soccer!

Player Evaluation Day for future LHS Cougar Soccer Players in the Lutheran St. Charles Stadium

Sunday, Nov. 9 from 2:00-4:00pm

2:00-2:30pm Parent/Player Registration

2:30-4:00pm Player Evaluations

6th -8th grade boys

Bring a ball, drink, effort!

Contact Head Coach: George Polymeropolous (636) 448-3355 or

Winter Sports Reminders

As the fall sports season begins to come to a close, we can begin looking ahead to our winter sports season at LHS.  As we make plans for the upcoming winter seasons of basketball, girls swimming, wrestling, cheer, and pom, we wanted to share a few notes/reminders with you.

–MSHSAA Pre-Participation Physicals – You must turn in your physical for the 2014-2015 school year prior to the start of practices.  If you turned in a physical for the fall season, or when the school year began, you do not need to turn in another one.  Physicals are good for one year.

Winter Sports Start Dates -  Winter sports practices for basketball and wrestling will begin on Monday, November 3rd. Girls swimming will begin on Monday, November 10.   A complete listing of times and locations will be available on our website in late October.  Further, please see our website for contact information for our winter coaching staff.  Please contact them directly with any questions regarding our programs at LHS.  Schedules for the winter are also posted on our website…please be advised that some of the dates/times may change over the next few weeks.  A firm schedule will be made available in mid-November.

–Please be reminded that the athletic fee for our winter sports is due one week before practices begin.  Fees are due by Monday, October 27.  For complete details, please see the “About Us” tab on the Athletic website

Training Rules/MSHSAA Form – The training rules agreement MUST be signed before an athlete may participate in any contest.  The head coaches of each program will collect those out at the start of the season. You can get a form at the LHS office or they can be downloaded under the athletic tab on our website.

Pre-season Parent Meeting – Will be held on Tuesday, November 116:30 pm in the LHS gymnasium.

– Questions – If you need anything, do not hesitate to call (636) 928-5100 extension 230 and speak with Mrs. Leppien.  Or, you may email at